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Top 5 Holiday Cottages on the Llŷn Peninsula
 

Top 5 Holiday Cottages on the Llŷn Peninsula

One of Wales’ best kept secrets and most beautiful and inspiring landscapes. Take a look at our top five holiday cottages on the Llŷn Peninsula.

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Our favourite places to walk to watch birds this spring

Our favourite places to walk to watch birds this spring…. It’s happening. It’s really happening. There is a definite whiff of spring in the air, and we’re spending more and more of our time in the great outdoors.

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Top 5 Holiday Cottages in Aberdaron

The idyllic Land’s End at the tip of Pen Llŷn where the River Daron flows into the Irish Sea. Take a look around our top 5 holiday cottages in Aberdaron

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Introducing the legends of Ynys Enlli / Bardsey Island

Once upon a time Ynys Enlli – also known as Bardsey Island – was known as the Isle of Twenty Thousand Saints

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The National Eisteddfod is coming to Pen Llŷn in August 2023

Do you love a summer festival? In the first week of August each year, Wales hosts the jewel in its cultural crown – the National Eisteddfod

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10% Discount on Autumn / Winter breaks at Plas-Newydd

Book to stay at Plas-Newydd between now and Christmas 2022 and receive 10% discount using code…

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Abersoch
 

Things to do in Abersoch

You’ll find the village of Abersoch on the southeast-facing side of beautiful Pen Llŷn. Originally a small fishing port, it’s at the mouth of the River Soch. Here’s a selection of our favourite things to do in Abersoch.

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Luxury hamper full of local goodies!
 

Luxury hamper full of local goodies!

Ready for a panad (cuppa) when you arrive at your holiday destination? Then you will love your arrival hamper at Bryndaron..this amazing luxury hamper full of local goodies! Stay at Bryndaron over the Summer holidays and you will receive this delicious treat…

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5 Beach bars you have to visit in North Wales

We’re sharing five of the best beach bars in North Wales where you can enjoy the beautiful coastline of North Wales with fresh seafood and a cold drink!

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Our Top 7 Picnic Spots in North Wales
 

Our Top 7 Picnic Spots in North Wales

Lockdown has turned thousands of us into avid bird watchers. Are you one of them? Here are some of our favourite places in North Wales to watch birds.

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Aberdaron
 

Things to do in Aberdaron

This ancient fishing village on the tip of Pen Llŷn (the Llŷn Peninsula) is just about as far west as you can get on the Welsh mainland. Here’s a selection of our favourite things to do in Aberdaron.

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Do you speak Welsh? A quick guide to learning a few words of Cymraeg
 

Dwi'n caru Cymraeg – I love Welsh: the reason we all want more Cymraeg

According to a popular language learning app, Welsh is now the fastest growing language in the U.K. with the number of new learners in 2020 up 44% on 2019

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Discover the Llŷn Peninsula’s Best Beaches 

Long stretches of golden sands, sheltered bays and hidden coves; here’s a rundown of some of the Llŷn Peninsula’s best beaches.

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Local Produce Hamper at Modern Holiday Cottage Near Aberdaron
 

Local Produce Hamper at Modern Holiday Cottage Near Aberdaron

Book to stay at this modern holiday cottage near Aberdaron and you will receive a lovely local produce hamper to enjoy on your stay!

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Stay at Bryndaron for the RS Thomas & ME Eldridge Poetry & Art Festival

Stay at the stunning Bryndaron in Aberdaron for the RS Thomas & ME Eldridge Poetry & Art Festival which is on June 20th-23rd and the owner will be leaving you a luxury hamper to enjoy!

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Top 5 boat trips in North Wales
 

Top 5 Boat Trips In North Wales

Wherever you are in North Wales, you’re never far from the call of the sea. Our Top 5 boat trips in North Wales will help you to explore our magnificent coast.

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Snowdonia in Winter
 

Tips For Winter Getaways in Snowdonia

Snowdonia in Winter is just as beautiful as in the Summer. Some might argue even more so. Snow capped mountains, rivers full of crisp ice cold water and miles and miles of deserted beaches. The towns also come into their own with festive cobbled streets, cosy cafes and pubs with roaring fires. Here are some of our tips for winter getaways in Snowdonia CONWY CASTLE AND TOWN Conwy Castle and it’s walled town were built under the instruction of Edward I as part of his conquest of the principality of Wales. Its circuit of walls, over three quarters of a mile long and guarded by no less than 22 towers, is one of the finest in the World. Bodnant Gardens, Conwy Mountain and The Royal Cambrian Academy of Art are all near by and well worth a visit. BETWS-Y-COED SWALLOW FALLS The Swallow waterfalls in Betws-y-coed is the highest continuous waterfall in Wales and is one…

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Self Catering Barn Near Pwllheli, Llyn Peninsula - Bryncaled Diary

“Despite the inclement weather we all had a fabulous break in a delightful, well appointed cottage. It was close to all amenities and yet remote enough for peace and tranquility. Facilities were spot on, in fact we enjoyed it so much, we considered taking a few extra days onto our fortnight’s holiday, but unfortunately it was booked. It was our granddaughters 1st holiday, 1st time at the beach, 1st tooth, and 1st paddle in the sea, many other 1sts – so memorable we will have to do it again very shortly. Cannot recommend it highly enough.” – Alan Jones, Shropshire As it was such a lovely day, we decided we would spend our first day in Aberdaron so the girls could enjoy the beach. The village of Aberdaron, not too far from where we were staying could only be described as one of the most idyllic little seaside villages we’ve ever come across. Set right next…

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